When Al Roker cut the back of his head while shaving.
Special thanks to our followers for spotting a Tru-Colour Bandage need! We would love to get some Tru-Colour Bandages to @alroker and the @TODAYshow. Help us out and retweet! #diversityinhealing #trucolourbandages pic.twitter.com/d2NA9rQ4n8— Tru-Colour Bandages (@tcbandages) February 11, 2020
Ms. Maxine here knows what’s up. And Al, while you’re right about Walgreens and CVS, Tru-Colour bandages are sold at Target, Amazon, AND on their own website. So go out and get yourself a skin tone bandage that doesn’t incite long Twitter conversations about what happened to you.
When Lebron James was dealt an elbow to the face from Indiana Pacers’ Miles Turner.
I’d probably be making this face too if someone put a bandage on me that made me look like I had a third eyebrow and would have been better suited for the guy trying to guard me. That look says deflated like nothing else. Lebron, I know Bill Hader from Trainwreck isn’t your actual sports medicine guy, but you still need to tell him about Tru-Colour bandages so you can stop looking like a fool on the court. That’s just facts, like Cleveland and Miami being exactly the same.
When Obama tried wielding a knife for the first time before a round of golf.
It’s unclear what actually happened to Obama’s finger here. Perhaps he flipped off a Republican too hard earlier that day. But what is clear is that he tried a few times to get his color bandage and failed each time. Either he’s promoting color-blindness and trying to create the illusion that we’re in a post-racial society (ahem) or he didn’t know about Tru-Colour bandages, which were available for almost his entire second term in office. To give him the benefit of the doubt, we’ll say it was the latter, and send him some complimentary Tru-Colour bandages in his shade to alleviate the guesswork.
When Serena Williams wore kinesiological tape to alleviate pain while playing a Wimbleton match
While Serena is widely known as an icon of class and style as well as unquestionably the best in tennis, this look is whack. Granted, perhaps Serena was trying to adhere to the Wimbleton dress code rule to only wear white, but more likely, she just didn’t know about Tru-Colour bandages. Serena, your sister might have the name of a goddess, but you are a goddess, so go get yourself some Tru-Colour bandages so we can all get back to worshipping you.
When Kim and Kanye got into a fight about bandages and it didn’t get resolved.
Kim obviously thinks that it would be “like hard” to find bandages in three different skin tone shades for her family, but actually (in this instance only) Kanye’s not wrong. Although Kanye repping a Jesus bandage on his forehead actually seems like it would be on-brand, Kim wouldn’t have to run around at all to find skin tone bandages for Kanye if she had known about Tru-Colour bandages. Now, why she is the one responsible for getting bandages for the family is still a debatable part of the fight. But the existence of skin tone bandages for everyone in her family is not debatable because Tru-Colour has been around since 2013, and judging by Kim’s grey-blonde look, this was around her 2018 fashion era. Clearly, the issue was not resolved because Kanye went out looking like this:
He’s either still salty about the argument or defiant. Kim and Kanye, while your petty fights will always be entertaining, please do us all a favor and order some Tru-Colour bandages so that we don’t have to watch this fight or see Kanye’s face looking like that again. xoxo.